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Mark Warren

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Mark Warren is a graduate of the University of Georgia with a degree in Chemistry/Pre-med. Mark also pursued music composition and arrangement at Georgia State University, while performing original works in various concerts, scoring plays for The Academy Theater and having his suite The Once and Future King performed by the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra.

At Medicine Bow, his school in the Southern Appalachians, he teaches nature classes and survival skills of the Cherokees. The National Wildlife Federation named him Georgia’s Conservation Educator of the Year in 1980. In 1998 Mark became the U.S. National Champion in whitewater canoeing, and in 1999 he won the World Championship Longbow title.

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A Window to the World of the Wild

If you are a nature-lover, an animal-lover, a nature-writer, nature photographer, or simply a natural explorer, you might be interested in an old hunter's trick.

Simply put, stalking is all about being sneaky. It is an art of deception that requires both physical and mental discipline. To successfully stalk an animal of the wild, a human must hide, mask, alter, or eliminate the following telltale Read more of this blog post »
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“I was rich, for there was nothing else that I needed or wanted.”
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“Don’t trees swallow the fire of the sun? When wood burns, is it not surrendering all those photons of energy that the tree’s leaves once snatched from sunlight and eventually stored within woody fiber?”
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“Though scientists may never verify an answer as to what fundamental, defining trait differentiates man from the creatures of the wild, I will set forth this theory: Could it be that we alone can imagine what it is to be someone or something other than ourselves? And if so, then by practicing that God-given skill, are we not only more human...but also more humane?”
Mark Warren, Secrets of the Forest, Volume 2: Calling Up the Flame - The Art of Creating Fire, and Feeding the Spirit - Storytelling and Ceremony

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“In those days a man could pick up, head out West, and start a new life . . . choose any name he wanted. But the man who made his mark in the history books is probably one who stayed true to who he was . . . no matter what he called himself.”
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“Every plant you see around you has a God-given purpose...some to cure a disease, others to keep off the skeeters, and plenty to nourish you. If people tell you a plant has no value, it just means they have forgot the old ways."
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“To know a plant well, you must sit with it for as long as it takes to draw its picture. The next time you see that plant in another place, you will encounter an old friend." From "A Copperhead Summer”
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“Though scientists may never verify an answer as to what fundamental, defining trait differentiates man from the creatures of the wild, I will set forth this theory: Could it be that we alone can imagine what it is to be someone or something other than ourselves? And if so, then by practicing that God-given skill, are we not only more human...but also more humane?”
Mark Warren, Secrets of the Forest, Volume 2: Calling Up the Flame - The Art of Creating Fire, and Feeding the Spirit - Storytelling and Ceremony

“If the plants of the forest are a work of the Great Spirit, are they not holy?" From "Requiem to the Silent Stars”
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